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...PS: The chinese set I'm getting is real cheap: Case + speakers + wireless keyboard and mouse + wireless headphone =~ $55, but today, I found out why they're so cheap.
1. The mouse is not optical.
2. They do not recharge their batteries.
3. The case did not have a front opening.
The guy told me he could solve the case thing by changing it for me, but the mouse is still not optical, and the main thing I will be using the computer for is graphic design. This is completely off topic, but do you think I should buy them for now, considering the low price? I would have bought better stuff, but then I will have to wait some more until I make more money. Man! This place sucks when it comes to buying technology!
Case-
http://www.mwave.com/mwave/skusearch...=done&nextloc= $50

Speakers-
http://www.mwave.com/mwave/viewspec.hmx?scriteria=5807167 $7

Keyboard/wireless mouse(keyboard doesnt need to be wireless unless you move around a lot when your on the computer, wireless chinese stuff would probably work in a shorter distance than a cord would anyways)-
http://www.mwave.com/mwave/viewspec.hmx?scriteria=1675807 $19

Headphones- Just pick up some nice big fat ones. probably have better sound quality then wireless chinese ones anyways

Total=$76+Headphones

You could porbably go for a much less expensive case, generic. but this case is my personal, bargain favorite. Its got great ventelation because of the breathable front panels.
Better air= better speed

For future references, i don't think you should buy "cheap expensive stuff" if you know what i mean. If your going to buy something and plan on using it longer than a week, i would spend more more because its eventually going to break or its going to suck and you will just spend more money later.
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Thanks, man, but *points to his specs* I'm already done there.

I got this A4-tech awsome wireless keyboard and mouse set, but the mouse had a very short range, so I sent them back. Now I'm on wired, but I'll get some additional cables for my accessories to sit farther from my enormous monitor. :| And I'll probably get Creative 2.1 speakers.


If you put "cheap" and "expensive" in the same phrase, then I'm afraid I don't understand what you mean. But thanks anyway for your advice. Main problem for me was, and has ever been, that I can't buy from the Net.
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